Below you will find three ways of representing information from the 2011 StatsCan survey (text, table infographic and visual infographic).
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Version 1: Text
In 2011, more than 23.1 million people, or nearly 7 Canadians in 10, were living in one of Canada’s 33 CMAs. More than one Canadian in three (35.0%) was living in one of Canada’s three largest CMAs, Toronto, Montréal and Vancouver. According to the 2011 Census, just over 4.3 million people were living in the 114 census agglomerations. Slightly more than six million Canadians were living in regions outside of CMAs and CAs in 2011, accounting for 18.0% of the overall Canadian population.
CMA: Canadian Major Agglomeration
CA: Canadian Agglomeration
Version 2: Table